That's an excellent idea! I'll definitely give that route a whirl.
The frame being tested survived face first into the step about as well as you'd guess. Then the 3d printer nozzle jammed when I went to print a new one. That has now been cleaned out, and printing should commence shortly. (EDIT: It helps if you plug the stepper motor that forces plastic into/through the nozzle back in too. Sheesh)
I have a hard time getting and staying down that low with the Kingkong Q100, especially in air mode. Air mode minimum throttle (at least with the current kind of wild PIDs) isn't all that far from hover, so getting down means losing altitude by tilting rather than just lower throttle.
It also seems to have a better condition camera (fewer impacts, I suppose), so those license plates need obscuring.